The 36-year-old has been discussing his QPR future.
Indeed, Green has revealed that he is not currently being played by QPR due to a clause in his contract that guarantees renewal if he reaches 30 games this term.
And Warnock pulled no punches with his assessment of the situation earlier this campaign.
The 36-year-old told the Mail: "Neil Warnock became the manager towards the end of last year and on his first day he pulled me to one side and said, 'You do realise you won't make that 30 games?' I thought: 'I've been told otherwise but I can hazard a guess as to why that might now be the case.' I wasn't naive."
It's no surprise to hear Warnock being that forthright with any player.
The former QPR boss has been doing very well since taking over at Rotherham United and came back to draw 3-3 against Derby County on Saturday afternoon.
QPR, meanwhile, beat Derby convincingly on Tuesday night and were on fire once more against Brentford this time around.
Can the R's now go on a consistent run - both home and away?