The Spain center back has called for unity within the Real Madrid camp and admitted that his captain has suffered due to his time on the bench.
The club captain suffered a hand injury in the Copa del Rey against Valencia in January, prompting the signing of Diego Lopez from Sevilla. The former Villarreal man has since kept his place in the first team, and Ramos says the Spain skipper for No. 1 goalkeeper has suffered due to his bit-part role.
"Casillas has had a tough time," Ramos told reporters at the Mutua Madrid Open tennis tournament. "We look back at a long friendship and relationship. Companions are good for both Casillas and the coach, as we all strive for the same goals. It's important that we are united."
Jose Mourinho claimed recent that his biggest regret of his time at Real Madrid was not replacing Casillas sooner, prompting defender Pepe to urge his boss to show more respect for the Spain skipper.