Plans have been drawn up that would see the Ibrox newco placed in the Irn-Bru First Division next season as part of a radical overhaul of our league system.
Green has made an application to take Rangers into the SPL, but that plan appears doomed to failure, with a number of clubs indicating that they will vote against the Ibrox side being handed a place in our top flight.
The route into the First Division will only be open if the Gers accept the football debts and fines of the 'old' Rangers and waive rights to legal challenges.
Green, when asked on his views on the plans being put forward, said: "Did you refuse to pay the price of membership of your golf club? My opinion upon right or wrong doesn't matter.
"We will continue to work to ensure Rangers play football next season and that we can look everyone in the eye."
Green's apparent acceptance of sanctions is unlikely to endear him to the Light Blue legions, many of whom have already turned on the Englishman.
Former Ibrox defender John Brown has been vociferous in his condemnation of Green's new Gers regime, but the chief executive has hit back at those he feels are attempting to derail his plans.
Green said: "It's not right that a proportion of Rangers fans continue to attack my consortium and try to undermine our rescue plans.
"It's not right that every two weeks a Mel Gibson appears, delivers a Braveheart statement, then doesn't deliver anything."
Talks will continue next week to determine what league Rangers will play in next season, with an agreement between our three footballing governing bodies yet to be finalised.
SFL chief executive David Longmuir said: "A briefing document has been sent to the SFL's member clubs – a logical and positive communication which will hopefully eliminate some of the understandable doubt, threats and insecurities that are apparent.
"The document will explain the short and long-term benefits of a number of scenarios which we will be considering at a full meeting of the clubs next week.
"We are trying to achieve a solution which will be in the best interests of the SFL and the wider game."