Emery's team face Watford at home on Saturday, having won six games in succession, four of them in the Premier League which has seen them recover impressively from losing the first two matches under Emery to Manchester City and Chelsea in August. "Our players in the first half were a little nervous and we need to continue in being calm".
If the Welsh worldwide doesn't sign a new contract with the North London side, there will no shortage of clubs chasing his signature who is in his peak years.
Alexandre Lacazette wanted an early Arsenal penalty with referee Anthony Taylor unmoved and minutes later the forward spurned a golden opportunity, beating Cathcart to the ball but then sending a deft chip wide of Ben Foster's goal.
"I have known and I'm going to know this same situation again because the football career for a player is very short".
Emery handed him the number ten role, but Ramsey was hauled off on 63 minutes for Alex Iwobi after an uninspiring display.
Arsenal have withdrawn their offer of a new four-year contract to the Wales global, meaning Ramsey will either be sold in the coming winter transfer window or leave on a free transfer next summer. But like Everton, Watford had plenty of chances to take the lead and Emery said his team must still find ways to dominate games better.
"I think we improved in the match and it is good for our momentum and continuing to improve".
"We stood up to the battle and though we were exhausted late on we got those two goals".