Afterwards, he said he was pleased with his first international start since a 4-1 home defeat by Hungary in June 2022.
"I have had to be patient as Jordan has played extremely well and, when Nick [Pope] has played, he has done well," Ramsdale said. "I chose the position, I know the territory and only one person can play.
"I feel I played well and delivered a performance that hopefully the manager can trust if anything changes in the future."
After starring for Arsenal, Ramsdale believes he is "without a shadow of a doubt" a better goalkeeper than last time he played for Gareth Southgate's England side.
"Back then, I had only played 34 times for Arsenal in the Premier League," he said. "Now, as a club, we have been developing a whole new way of playing.
"Also, I have been in the England squad a year and have better relationships with people on the pitch. The whole package is better for me.
"I'd be lying to say I would not want to be number one at the Euros - but I know how tough it is going to be."