Instead, the Spain international feels Mourinho probably decided to call it a day in search of a new challenge after three years at the Santiago Bernabeu.
At the start of the season, the expectations were high at the club as Madrid had finally wrested the La Liga crown off arch-rivals Barcelona last term. Moreover, as they had reached the semi-final stage of the Champions League last year, they were expected to reach the final this time around.
However, it has been a disappointing finish to the current campaign as Madrid look set to finish 15 season points adrift of Barcelona in the La Liga and were also beaten by Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey final by city rivals Atletico Madrid. Moreover, they were handed a drubbing by Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League semi-final first leg as well.
Only the Supercopa de Espana was won this season and the failure to bring trophies to the illustrious Spanish outfit as well as internal strife within the club led to continual calls to sack the Portuguese. Mourinho opted to leave before such a decision could be reached by the club hierarchy and agreed to part ways with the club by mutual consent.
But Ramos does not agree on such an assessment of Mourinho's final season as he believes the 50-year-old's extensive experience in European football mean he's not the sort of individual to cave under the pressure.
"I think Mourinho has a lot of experience in the world of football," the 27-year-old told Sport.
"I do not think pressure was a reason for him to make the decision to leave Real Madrid. Everyone chooses his future and is free to take their best route.
"I've always had good words for him because on a personal level, I have said and will continue to say, he's one of the best coaches in the world.
"He knows how to draw and squeeze the most out of each player and that is a virtue that he has transmitted to us from day one."
Goalkeeper Diego Lopez, who was brought to the club in January by Mourinho, confessed his disappointment on his benefactor's departure as well. But the ex-Sevilla man does not believe Mourinho's exit would have an influence on his future.
"He will be a great loss to Madrid," Lopez told reporters.
"Mourinho is a great coach and he has done big things for my career.
"It's in my plans to continue.
"I think that competition between goalkeepers is positive and I've always tried to do things as well as possible.
"I've already said that every minute at Real Madrid is golden and that's what I want to do - take advantage of every opportunity I have to play."