The north London side were beaten over two legs by the Spanish side, who went on to win the competition for the second successive year under Ramos' leadership.
But the Spaniard was highly impressed by the atmosphere at White Hart Lane in the second leg of the last eight encounter and Spurs first-team coach Marcos Alvarez believes it was instrumental in helping him succeeded Martin Jol when he parted company with the London club in October.
"One of the reasons we came is because Spurs are a very big team in Europe," Ramos' assistant at Sevilla told Hotspur magazine.
"When we came here with Sevilla for the second leg of our UEFA Cup match last season we fell in love with the supporters.
"We thought we were going to lose in the second half and it was interesting to hear the atmosphere, to hear the singing and shouting and seeing the team coming back.
"It is very important for us how we have been welcomed and the staff have been very kind. Everything we've needed we have been given. That's very important when you come to a new country."