Green was once a key part of England’s squad, where he played alongside Chelsea’s John Terry and Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand.
And the experienced stopper feels that Hall shares qualities that Ferdinand and Terry possess, making him a very exciting talent for the future.
“The higher you go, the more players ask for you in terms of communication on the pitch, so that’s a sign of a good player – when they want to listen," he said.
“I’ve played at international level and I’ve had players screaming at me to let them know what they’ve got on behind them as they’ve got six other things to concentrate on.
“People like Rio Ferdinand and John Terry were like that – they’re really good talkers and listeners, and Hally’s just the same."
Hall signed for QPR from Tottenham Hotspur during the summer transfer window, and he has made a positive impression at Loftus Road.
The 24-year-old has come straight into QPR’s starting line-up, and his commanding performances in the heart of their defence have impressed supporters.
Despite Hall’s good form, QPR still have not been able to make a very productive start to their league campaign.
The London outfit are currently sat in 14th place in the Championship table, and they will need to improve considerably if they are to mount a promotion challenge.