Raman after sealing PDC Tour Card at European Q-School: “The real hard work starts now”
It was a final though which saw Raman come from 4-0 down to win six legs on the spin and the Belgian who is currently the WDF Number One is looking forward to getting to work.
"I felt really confident all day long and I was happy with my game, but it was a tough final," said Raman. "I was 4-0 down and Mario Vandenbogaerde lost 6-0 yesterday, and I didn't want to do the same thing.
"I was thinking that I had to do my own thing and try to win the game, and fortunately Jules missed some doubles."
He added: "This is one of the biggest things I have achieved - a massive step. The real hard work starts now.
"I've got two massive years ahead now. I need to practice really hard now because there still needs to be a lot of improvement in my game to cope with the big boys in the PDC - but I know if I play my best game I can win some games as well."