"It was important to keep the momentum going tonight and get the win".
The win in Bulgaria kept Arsenal at the top of the Group A table and have now qualified for the last 16.
"There is no plan B in any squad, I never thought about my players like that", Wenger said in his media conference ahead of Sunday's north London derby at home to Tottenham.
However, Ludogorets will be hoping they can make the most of home advantage, and avoid the kind of 6-0 humiliation they suffered in the reverse fixture at the Emirates.
Having starred for Wales during Euro 2016 in a free role behind the main central striker, Ramsey found himself back wide on the right for Arsenal against Ludogorets in the Champions League on Tuesday night in what was his first start for more than two months. That we could do it again this year... hopefully we can go further now.
"We dropped a bit physically in the second half, but continued to dominate even if we were exposed to counter-attacks".
"You get belief with positive results, and this shows a healthy mentality in the group".
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After the victory, Ramsey again reiterated his desire to play in a more central role, but with competition for places in the Gunners' engine room as intense as it's ever been, Wenger faces a hard challenge to satisfy the wishes of the 25-year-old.
The Gunners are in fine form in all competitions now, and that form has led us joint-top of the Premier League, as well as sitting top of our European group at present.
Trevor continued: "I'm really anxious about Sunday because we are due a smashing and I've got a feeling that's gonna be the game that we are gonna get tonked. So we think it's important".
Ludogorets will now be fighting it out with Basle to finish third and qualify for the Europa League, with manager Georgi Dermendzhiev rocked by their defeat.
Freddie Ljungberg has returned to take a post with the Under-16 side, while Steve Bould remains first-team assistant manager, but they are the exceptions to the norm.
"The difference will be that now we know better the way Arsenal play".
"Of course, we are devastated", he said. "We are disappointed, but also proud".