Spain play their first game under former Barcelona coach Luis Enrique on Sunday morning (Singapore time) against England in their opening match of the Uefa Nations League before hosting Croatia three days later.
Jurgen Klopp has referred to Ramos as a "wrestler" but the Real Madrid stalwart was keeping his halo firmly in place as he was asked about the now infamous Salah incident by English journalists. "I never wanted to hurt a colleague on the pitch, so my conscience is really clear about what I did that night". I'm not going to be affected by that at all.
'I know the English fans will treat players as they deserve and I'm not anxious about that in the slightest'.
The team has had plenty of success in the last ten years, winning the 2008 Euro, 2012 Euro and 2010 World Cup.
La Furia Roja will be looking to Isco to lead the resurgence of the former world champions, with the player's creativity sure to be a lethal weapon for Spain.
A former Barcelona boss, there was plenty of speculation that Enrique's appointment would spell the end of Ramos' worldwide involvement.
"I only have nice things to say about the new coach".
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There have been some suggestions that Luis Enrique has been brought in to oust the long-serving captain, but both denied this."Maybe this was said because both of us have very strong characters", Ramos said.
"I'm delighted to have him and I hope he stays with us for many years and he keeps pushing his team-mates - on and off the pitch - to victory". Ramos was however unwilling to add more fuel to the controversy.
"He is a great leader in any situation, a person who drags in and out".
"I have already spoken about evolving the model in my presentation and that is what we are working on".
The head coach refused to discuss any tactics ahead of the match against England, which finished fourth at this summer's World Cup, saying he did not want to give the opponent "any kind of clues". "We had to find clues and solve riddles", Isco told a news conference on Thursday.
Spain didn't have its best performances during the group stage of the 2018 World Cup.