The result ended a run of five straight defeats for Mick Harford's side, and Ramage believes there is still plenty more to come from the youngster.
He told the Ealing Gazette: "He's a very confident lad, to say the least, but you need that as a young kid, because you will get nowhere without it.
"It's not arrogance, just a confidence in his own ability and that's good for him. He's a big, strong boy and he'll only get better training with the first team.
"If he keeps level-headed and doesn't get too carried away with his opportunities, he could be a star for the future for us."