Like many fans, I was sceptical of Green when he first arrived, but I have been won over simply by the fact he has done the things he said he would.
However, to say that Ally is safe from the sack is nonsense – and nobody knows that more than Ally himself.
This is a results driven business and, although, it would take a real run of disastrous results for Rangers not to win promotion this season, Ally is well aware that he needs to be winning every week.
Which is why he will be so keen to get the away form sorted sooner rather than later.
Let's be honest. The real motive behind Green's remarks is an attempt to show the support just how much he appreciates what Ally done for the club last season.
When Green first walked into Ibrox – and I'm sure Ally was the same here – there was a lot of suspicion abut his motives and why he was at the club.
But the things he said six months ago that he would do, he has gone out and succeeded in doing and that is how he has won a lot of trust.
Having near-on 40,000 season ticket holders in itself shows you just how the fans backed him.
The relationship between him and Ally has grown steadily over the last few months and I am told they speak every day.
That is the most important relationship at any football club and it is vital that the communication channels are open. That the two of them have learned a mutual respect and trust is essential to Rangers as they look to rebuild the club.
Actually, if results were not going well for Rangers and they were struggling, Ally himself would be one of the first to hold his hands up and admit it wasn't working.
He has a lot of pride in what he does and I reckon he would be man enough to admit that he had it wrong and needed to hand over to someone else.
Nothing lasts forever. Everyone involved in football knows that. Look at the way it was when Dick Advocaat arrived at Ibrox and was winning Trebles.
Everyone thought that would be it for years to come. Yet as soon as Celtic got on their feet and Martin O'Neill lifted them, it did not take long for Dick to be out the door.
That is just the way that football works. We all appreciate that. So, while I don't think Charles Green will ever have to call Ally in and tell him it isn't working, you would just never say never in this game.
No-one dreads the chairman's vote of confidence more than a manager – just ask Paul Jewell, late of Ipswich.
Green has been brash, but he has also defended the club in a way many appreciate.
At times he has maybe over-defended the club when he would have been better not saying anything, but I think a lot of people have respected the fact he has spoken up for Rangers.
He has also brought in investors, he is allowing the fans their chance to put their money into the club and he has so far proved to be trustworthy. But let's not forget that results dictate everything.