He moved to Madrid in 2005 and has established himself as a club great, winning every competition possible.
At international level, the defender has also won just about everything there is to win with Spain.
Ramos was a key part of the Spain squads that emerged victorious at the Euros in 2008 and 2012, as well as the 2010 World Cup.
While Gerard Pique – his partner at the back for many years with Spain – has called time on his international career, Ramos could keep going for another seven years, according to Moreno.
"Everything he is achieving is incredible," Moreno told reporters on Friday after naming his latest Spain squad. "He gives everything for us, in the gym, in the locker room, on the pitch.
"I always see in him a spirit to improve in everything. His behaviour with us is extraordinary.
"He will beat Iker Casillas' record [of Spain caps] because he wants to play until he is 40 and I think he will succeed as he is incredible in every way."
La Roja are off to a flyer in Group F, having won all six of their qualifying matches thus far, scoring 17 goals while conceding just three.
Moreno's side are seven points clear of second-place Sweden, with Romania in third place one point behind the Swedes.
Before heading off to international duty, Ramos will lead his Real Madrid side into a huge early-season clash against surprise contenders Granada on Saturday.