The Light Blues chief executive admits it would allow the 54-times Scottish champions to achieve things quicker but maintains they aren’t depending on the cash they hope to generate.
Gers today announced their intentions to seek admission to the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
In turn, they hope that will allow them to raise working capital amounting up to as much as £20million.
Supporters will have an opportunity to invest and Green has helped the club go into the proposed floatation in a healthy financial position.
He believes that will only make the Ibrox outfit stronger and that the cash will assist them further rather than simply keep it on its feet.
Green said: “Let’s be honest about it, the reality is that this year was always going to be a challenge.
“The minute we were put into the Third Division, in my position as CEO I should probably have made 20 to 25 per cent of the staff redundant.
“We didn’t and as a board and an investment team we wanted to keep the management team intact. We’ve got fantastic staff and fantastic loyalty along with great knowledge and skillsets.
“If you believe, as we do, that Rangers over the next couple of years will go back into the top flights of football in Scotland and Europe, it’s important we keep that team around us.
“I suppose this year, financially speaking, is a difficult year for us. It’s a start-up year and we’ve got lots of exceptional costs.
“But the model we have – and you’ll see that when the documentation comes out – shows that Rangers, even in the Third Division, can generate profit and is sustainable.
“The reality is this money isn’t required to keep Rangers afloat as we’ve taken merchandise back in house, we’re looking for more sponsorship and maybe naming rights for the stadium.
“These are all things I’ve spoken about before and they will secure Rangers’ future. Because we’re developing things such as Edmiston House, we’ll get better revenues.
“We’re trying to work with Glasgow City Council and the housing association to try to reignite the property development outwith the stadium.
“There are lots of things we have on the table that will make sure Rangers can generate income and will be self-sustaining. This fundraising will just make it happen much quicker.
“I couldn’t see that Rangers would ever have a future like they have now. We have cash in the bank ahead of this fundraising and we are completely debt-free with no borrowings.
“This will only make our position much more secure and we will be able to generate higher revenues and higher incomes to build something really sustainable for the future.”