The midfielder recently scored in the 3-3 draw with Liverpool.
The Wales international has been in fine form for the Gunners of late, scoring three times in eight games since manager Arsene Wenger moved him into central midfield.
He continued that form on Wednesday night, as he managed a goal against Liverpool in his side’s scintillating 3-3 draw at Anfield, with another effort cleared off the line.
And he says he is confident in front of goal, as he knows his teammates have the ability to pick him out.
“I am feeling confident,” he told Arsenal Player.
“It was a good ball from Joel [Campbell] again, so I was delighted with that goal.”
“I know my team-mates have the ability to pick my runs out and give that final ball for me [So I] can get on to it.”
Arsenal will be hoping that Ramsay continues to be a danger in front of goal as they seek to win the title next season.
The Gunners will need all members of the squad to contribute on the goal front if they are to be champions at the end of the season, although Olivier Giroud has taken on most of the burden himself this season.
If the Frenchman should struggle at any point though, Wenger’s side will need others to contribute, and they will hope the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Alexis Sanchez can continue to contribute.