The Arsenal man has stood out in Euro 2016 so far.
The 25-year-old has been arguably one of the best players in Euro 2016 this summer as the Welsh gear up for a semi-final clash with Portugal tonight.
Arsenal fans will be surprised to see Ramsey lighting up the competition, given that he is a figure who certainly divides opinion among Gunners supporters.
He scored just fives in 31 Premier League outings last season in statistics which underline why many fans have grown cold toward him and his performances.
Fans of the North London club will not see him tonight, however, after picking up a yellow card in the win over Belgium to earn a one-match ban.
Burley says that he has enormous respect for the ex-Cardiff City man, whom he claims just looks a lot more comfortable in the red of Wales rather than Arsenal.
"I have the utmost respect for this guy," Burley told ESPN. "Arsenal fans don't always like what he does but I think he does a great job.
"I think he feels more comfortable playing for Wales. He looks a lot more confident."
Ramsey has four assists and one goal in the competition so far. He set up as many goals in five Wales games than he did in 31 league matches for Arsenal last term.