But, while Ramsey won't be part of Emery's long-term plans, the future still looks bright for Arsenal, who recorded a 10th consecutive home league victory for the first time since December 1997 to May 1998. "He is working hard and showing us his quality".
Unai Emery certainly seemed impressed with the 30-year-old's performance and said after the game that he's now playing the way he wants him to.
To which Ozil replied: "Our aim is to get into the top four, of course we're happy that we're in front of Tottenham. you know [laughs]".
"It's not easy to get two strikers in the team nowadays", he told Sky Sports.More news: Unai Emery: 'Still very tough for Arsenal to finish in top four'
"We tried to attack but they are good team at home - they play and pressed. He knows we are in the most important moment in the season and we need every player".
A run of three straight wins since that hiccup has restored some momentum ahead of the weekend's big match and the Dortmund captain has been doing his best to ease the pressure on his team-mates as they target their first Bundesliga title since 2011-12. He will produce, whether it is goals, final passes, crosses, set-plays and those numbers are really impressive this season.
"We're going to have to score two at least to win the game so we need these two strikers on the pitch".
Ozil gave his own post-match interview with Sky Sports and there was a amusing moment where he couldn't help but laugh about leapfrogging Tottenham in the Premier League.
Arsenal take on Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday and going into the match there are a couple of injury concerns for Unai Emery.
"I used this information with this player and I think this player's mind is very open to help us, to play in different positions and give us a big performance".