Green played his 100th game for the R's at the weekend against former employers West Ham United, but one moment stands out above the rest.
The experienced stopper says that QPR's 1-0 win over Derby County was a 'special' occasion for everyone at the club and he still looks back on that day very fondly.
"The day at Wembley was a special occasion for everyone at the club," he said. "It was a pressure occasion, but it will last long in the memory for myself.
"Hopefully by the end of the season it will have been a step towards staying in the Premier League, as well as a step towards it."
QPR's success at Wembley was made all the more special by the manner in which they achieved it. It is always a brilliant experience to win in the pressurised environment of a play-off final, but QPR's win was more memorable than most.
The R's had been on the back-foot for much of the game against Derby and were down to 10 men after seeing Gary O’Neil sent off, but Bobby Zamora's last-minute strike gave them the win and secured an emotional return to the Premier League.
It was a wonderful way to seal promotion and QPR will now be hoping that their hard work in that tie is not undone 12 months down the line.
The R's are in the thick of a relegation fight and if they are to ensure that their stay in the Premier League isn't a short one, they will need to start winning soon.
At the moment Chris Ramsey's side are four points adrift of safety and, with only four games remaining, time is running out for QPR to save themselves.