Shawcross sayshe won't alter all-action style
Shawcross inflicted the broken leg on Ramsey at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday and admits his first call-up to the England squad, for the friendly victory against Egypt on Wednesday, has helped keep his mind off the matter.
But the 22-year-old said: "What happened in the Arsenal game will not be a factor when I next play again for Stoke. Whenever I pull on the Stoke shirt I have got to be 100 per cent committed and I have got to be the same as ever. Hopefully, when I am back from the suspension I can do well again."
Arsenal winger Theo Walcott is among those who have acknowledged that Shawcross did not try to deliberately hurt 19-year-old Ramsey.
"He's sent a few text messages to Aaron. I'll let them get on with it," Walcott said.
"He spoke to me, he's a very humble lad. Obviously he knows what's happened and feels very bad. He's apologised. He's not a player to do those sort of tackles. He'll put his head down and work very hard for club and country."