Much has been made of whether there was any intent from Shawcross in the challenge, and the player has since tried to contact Ramsey.
The 19-year-old Arsenal midfielder appreciates there was no malice involved, but feels Shawcross did have enough time to pull out of the tackle.
Ramsey, speaking to the official matchday programme, said: "I remember everything, but you just have to get on with things, and that is what I am doing at the moment.
"I don't believe he wanted to break my leg, but I think he wanted to go through the ball and me - to take me out and make sure I felt the tackle.
"He was caught out of position a little, but he could definitely have changed his mind before making the tackle, realising that he was not going to get there and so not committing.
"If I was tackling and saw that there was not a chance of getting to the ball cleanly, I would not make the tackle - and I don't think there was a chance of him getting there."
Ramsey has not yet been in touch with Shawcross.
"He has left me a voicemail and a text message, but I just want to concentrate on my recovery for now," he said.
Ramsey is set to take a break in Dubai, and admits he is not a good patient.
"You don't realise how much you would miss football until you are not doing it for a long period of time, the days just become boring, so I can't wait to continue with my recovery and get back into action," he said.
Ramsey hopes his Arsenal team-mates - who are now also without injured captain Cesc Fabregas - can go on to win some silverware.
"What happened was a shock to everyone I think, but they've done unbelievably well to go back and win that game and they've carried on ever since," he said.
"Hopefully that will continue - obviously I am very disappointed not to be out there on the pitch, but I still feel a part of things and believe I have contributed over the season.
"I want to win the title as much as my team-mates do and hopefully they can achieve that for all of us."