Cape Town - Spain and Real Madrid centre-back Sergio Ramos believes David De Gea will respond quickly to the setback of his failed move to join Ramos at Real Madrid.
De Gea's deadline day collapsed move has put the Spanish goalkeeper at the centre of arguably the biggest tranfer fiasco in modern times.
Both clubs involved have issued statements on the matter, appearing to lay blame squarely on the other side.
According to ESPN, Ramos said: "I have not talked to David and do not know his opinion, (but) life goes on,".
"Nobody has died for this. He must maintain his level, he is one of the best keepers."
Ramos himself was subject of at least two failed bids by the Old Trafford club before agreeing to extend his contract at Real Madrid until 2020.
Both players are now in the Spanish camp ahead of their upcoming Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Spain face Slovakia on September 5 and Macedonia on September 8.