Wales' Aaron Ramsey in action with Belgium's Radja Nainggolan
The Gunners star has been a key man for Wales this summer, playing a huge role in their strong showing at the tournament in France.
He continued that fine form on Friday evening, as he was one of the star men in the 3-1 win over Belgium at the quester final stage.
Wales' Hal Robson-Kanu celebrates scoring their second goal with Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Joe Ledley
His best moment in the game was arguably the cross he provided for Hal Robson-Kanu, whose smart turn and finish in the box put the Welsh into the lead.
One man who has been impressed by Ramsey’s performances is compatriot Savage, who says the Arsenal man has been nothing short of sensational.
“Aaron Ramsey in this competition has been nothing short of sensational,” he told BBC Sport.
“He’s worked hard for the team, he wants the ball and he makes good runs. If you’re a lesser player and seeing him going and closing people down, you want to do it yourself.”
Wales' Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale celebrate their second goal
There is no denying that Ramsey has been in impressive form during his time in France so far.
While the limelight is firmly upon Gareth Bale, who is the undisputed star of this Wales team, it is the work done by the rest of the team that has helped them to flourish.
Ramsey is one of those who has performed at the top of his game, and they will be hoping he is not too sorely missed when they meet Portugal in the semi finals, a game he is suspended for.
Wales' Aaron Ramsey celebrates at the end of the game