Ramsey suffered a shocking leg brake after a dangerous lunge from Potters defender Ryan Shawcross back then and he will come up against the England defender today as the pair meet at the Emirates.
The Welshman is on fine form this season and is fast becoming a key man for Gunners, just as he was before his injury nightmare.
Wenger believes that Ramsey is now over the incident and hopes that the 22 year old can continue is fine form.
“It took him a long time to get completely over that, especially in duels, in fights (for the ball),” Wenger said.
“He was resistant to go into the fights for a long, long time but now he’s over it.
“He had a difficult period last season where people became a little bit impatient with him. He lost confidence and sometimes, if you give the players a little rest, it can rebuild their confidence.
“They can think about their game and come back stronger and that’s what happened to him.
“As for the rest, he scores goals now. I always thought he would score goals if he improved his technical quality.”
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