The Colombia international is relishing the prospect of playing under Jurgen Klopp next season after agreeing a four-year deal for a reported £7.5 million
BVB confirmed on Wednesday that the Colombia international has agreed a four-year deal with Jurgen Klopp's outfit, who are reported to have paid €9 million (£7.5m) to Hertha for his signature.
Ramos will move to Signal Iduna Park as a replacement for Poland international Lewandowski, who will join champions Bayern Munich in the summer, but the 28-year-old says he is far from daunted by the task.
"It's something I'm pretty proud of. Everyone wants to play for Dortmund. I am happy with this important step in my career," he is quoted as saying by Colombian newspaper El Tiempo.
"Robert has scored a lot of goals, I know the comparisons with him will come. But I trust myself for this task."
Ramos has scored 16 times in 29 appearances for Hertha this season in the Bundesliga, helping them push for a top-half finish for the campaign.