Latics boss Rosler has now urged Ramis to put the missed opportunity behind him and focus on the job at hand for the 10th-placed Championship side.
"For Ivan, it's important psychologically he overcomes the situation, and what happened in the last 10 days," he said.
"I expect him to be professional about it, as I expect all my players to be. They are all employees of this very good football club, which pays very good wages.
"Obviously there is sympathy there, and we did try to help him as much as we could. But in return he has to put in a shift in training and convince me that he is ready to play."
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