By FOX Sports Staff
Casillas made a return to Real Madrid's starting XI in their 2-1 friendly win over Everton, his first start for the club since January after being plagued by injuries and dropped by former coach Jose Mourinho.
Ramos, who joined Real's preseason tour along with his international team mates after being given time off to recover from the Confederations Cup, was glad to see Casillas in goal behind him again.
"It was great. Seeing him behind the defence is nothing new to me. In our opinion he's still the best keeper in the world and in that sense he has our full backing. Several players have been pushing hard for a place in the starting XI and you have to give Diego López credit for what he did last season," the defender said in the press area at the Dodger Stadium.
The 27-year-old also admitted that the team will have to focus on the future and put Mourinho's reign behind them.
"We have to forget Mou's reign and focus on what Ancelotti wants to instil in us. This system is nothing new to us, but he wants to get the best out of each player," he added.
"We have amazingly talented players and we have to adapt to the system. We have players who can make a difference, break teams down, receive the ball with their back to goal and turn well. We have a great squad," he said.
"It's always good to bring in players who know the club and know what it means to wear this badge. If you don't know what it means, you learn quickly here. You have to make the most of the opportunities you're given because you usually only get one chance."
Ancelotti himself was also satisfied with Casillas' return and praised his side's preparation for the new season.
"I thought he [Casillas] did well. He almost had no work to do and he had no problems," the Italian told a press conference.
"They only played 45 minutes. They did a good job and in the next game they will get more time, so they can keep gaining in fitness.
"We are looking good. Everyone is doing a good job and we still have a few more days to keep preparing ourselves [for the La Liga season]."
The Italian played down the competition between new signing Isco and Mesut Ozil, insisting that there will be space for the pair in the team.
"It's not a duel. Ozil plays on the right and Isco on the left," he continued. "Both have played extremely well. They have a great ability to play between the lines and look for the best passing options to the forwards. That's their objective.
"[Jese] Rodriguez also played well. He worked hard and displayed one brilliant piece of skill, it's just a shame he couldn't score. He's a player of real talent."