The Gunners midfielder has come under heavy criticism at the Emirates this season.
Injuries have interrupted his campaign, but Ramsey has also struggled for form in an Arsenal shirt.
On the back of an impressive tournament at Euro 2016 for Wales, the 26-year-old has failed to kick on for his club.
Arsenal are in big danger of missing out on the top four, with Ramsey fighting to earn a place in Arsene Wenger’s first XI of late.
Chris Gunter says Arsenal ace Aaron Ramsey is as important to Wales as Gareth Bale
After what he has done for Arsenal and Wales he doesn’t have to prove himself
However, Reading defender and former Cardiff team-mate Gunter insists Ramsey is up alongside Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale in his level of influence.
“Aaron proved his quality in the summer on the top stage and there are not many international sides he wouldn’t get into,” Gunter said.
“After what he has done for Arsenal and Wales he doesn’t have to prove himself to anybody.
"I have seen it for 16 years — a couple of years ago, when he was scoring every week, he was the best player Arsenal had.
Aaron Ramsey has been criticised for his performances at Arsenal this season
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“He’s to us as important as Gareth Bale.
“People take Aaron for granted in terms of the things he does with the ball, and passes he sees and plays.
“When he isn’t on the pitch, we haven’t really got anyone like him and then you realise even more and we are a much better team with him in it.”
Ramsey is set to feature in Wales’ World Cup qualifier away to Ireland tomorrow (7.45pm), where he’ll be looking to find form ahead of Arsenal’s next test at home to Manchester City on April 2.