The Northern Ireland striker, who is out of contract in a month, thinks everyone should get behind Green especially since Walter Smith's consortium withdrew their takeover bid yesterday.
Little, 23, said: "As welcome as a return for Walter Smith would have been, I have to say that I have been impressed with everything I've seen from Charles Green.
"He has conducted himself extremely well with the players. He came to speak to us and was brilliant.
"He explained it had to be a fresh start for everyone. The players had read lots of things in the newspapers or listened to television and radio interviews, but never actually saw the people involved in takeover bids.
"So, it was good to see a face and hear what he had to say. He did everything in person which is very positive."
Little, who was given his first-team debut at Ibrox by Smith in 2009, admits he is now in a state of limbo as the Ibrox side wait until July 4 to hear their SPL fate.
He added: "There are options in the SPL and England, but I have been waiting for Rangers and it is certainly still poss-ible that I will stay.
"I was told I would be offered a new contract when the takeover was secured and the future was clarified. There are many things still to be considered, like in which division Rangers will be playing.
"I have no bitterness towards the club. I'm just hopeful everything can be put in place. But I know there will come a stage when I am going to have to move on."