The 20-year-old was out for nine months after suffering a double leg fracture following a tackle by Ryan Shawcross at the Britannia Stadium last season, but marked his return to regular first team action for the Gunners with the winner in last weekend's 1-0 win over Manchester United.
Dragon: Aaron Ramsey was named this year as Wales captain
Ramsey had loan spells at former club Cardiff and Nottingham Forest to help build up his match fitness, and Wenger would rather have had the youngster complete his rehabilitation out of the spotlight instead of being named Wales' new permanent captain - the youngest in the Principality's history - by Gary Speed ahead of the Euro 2012 qualifying clash in Cardiff on March 26.
'I am very, very happy for Aaron, but I feel the Welsh period came a bit early for him,' said Wenger. 'It was a bit too much pressure on him after not being completely ready himself. At that stage, he had to focus on his own shape and all the duties of a captain.
'It was a period where he needed more time to focus on his own performance and he was a bit too much under pressure for that. Now I feel he is nearly there.'
Wenger feels Ramsey can only grow stronger for the whole experience and important he played at Stoke again sooner rather than later.
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'The earlier the better, because there will always be a question mark about that,' he added. 'At the end of the day you focus on football and you play. It is like if you have a car accident you do you never drive again? Of course you drive again and the earlier the better.'
Wenger added: 'There is no better maturing system than what happened to him - blocked at 18 suddenly when you are just flying, being knocked down and having to wait for a year, not knowing what really will happen. After what happened to him you have to be strong.'
Another of Wenger's youngsters, Jack Wilshere is set for a busy summer, having been named in the England Under-21s squad for the European Championships, and also expected to be used for the seniors in the Euro 2012 qualifier against Switzerland at Wembley in early June.
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While the Arsenal manager accepts ultimately there is little he can do to prevent the 19-year-old extending his season, Wenger hopes the FA will use common sense over Wilshere's development.
'Jack has hit the wall a little bit, we know from our own statistics,' Wenger said. 'I don't want to be seen as a manager who does not want his players to play for their country. I hope Jack has a great European Championships, but the second season is always more difficult than the first, and on top of that he may not be having a good rest.
'If he goes to the under-21s I will have to give him a long rest. He will not be ready to play at the start of August or maybe at the beginning of September.'
Wenger knows he will be faced with some tough decisions this summer, as he looks to get his young squad over the line in 2012 having again come so close to silverware.
Nicklas Bendtner, Denilson, Andrey Arshavin and Gael Clichy have all been linked with moves away. Wenger knows it is a difficult balancing act.
He said: 'We are always told to buy, but then I am told I don't play my players enough. If I buy a few I will have more frustrated players.'
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