Rodgers’ side were beaten 2-0 by the Gunners in Sunday’s Premier League meeting at the Emirates, Ramsdale keeping a clean sheet and earning particular praise for one first-half save from Foxes midfielder Harvey Barnes.
There were question marks over Arsenal’s move to sign Ramsdale last summer, the ‘keeper having suffered back-to-back relegations with Bournemouth and Sheffield United.
However, the 23-year-old has put those doubts to bed with a series of superb displays and with Gareth Southgate preparing to name his England squad for this month’s international break, there is a feeling he could even challenge Jordan Pickford for the Three Lions’ No1 jersey ahead of the World Cup.
“For me he’s the best English keeper at the moment. I think he’s top,” said Rodgers.
“His progression since he came to Arsenal, he’s playing for a huge club, different expectation with how to play football, I think he’s dealt with that really well.
“It looks like he’s come into the club here, he’s playing now with a calmness. We saw him earlier this season and he was jumping about, but now he’s got a really nice calmness to his game.
“He plays well with his feet, he makes saves, his save from Barnes looked in all the way, that was a great save and it kept Arsenal in front.”