FAST-FORWARD a couple of seasons and playmaker Junior Konadu could be the latest ex non-league player to be plying his trade in the Barclays Premier League. That is the view of St Neots Town manager Dennis Greene, who was speaking ahead of Konadus scheduled appearance for Peterborough United in their friendly at Crawley Town last night. The 24-year-old midfielder caught the eye playing for Saints during Saturdays home friendly with Posh and subsequently trained with United on Monday impressing manager Darren Ferguson. I honestly think hes good enough to be playing in the Premier League, I really do, said Greene, who revealed he was up until gone midnight on Monday talking to Konadu, ahead of his trial with Posh. Stepping up to the level Peterborough play at wont be a problem for him because Junior will be Junior. He doesnt seem to ever have a bad game and there arent many players, even at the highest level, who can say that. He just does what Junior does. Should Konadu impress enough to earn himself a full-time contract at London Road, he would have leaped seven levels from the United Counties League last season to the npower Championship in the space of a few months. But Greene reckons that wouldnt hinder his star, saying: He would be training with top professional players and coaches at Peterborough, day in day out. Hed also be fitter and stronger than he is now so why cant he jump up to that level? I think hed be good enough to get into their side. I just want him to play at the highest level he can, because it would be a real shame and a waste of a talent if he spends the rest of his career playing non-league football. Should there be a deal to be done for Konadu, Greene is hoping it will benefit the Saints longer term too, saying: Hes under contract here and, if they wanted to take him, then wed have to work out a deal. They wouldnt get him for nothing and wed look to get add-ons included, if he is sold on for a fee to another club later on. Spotted by Greene playing park football three years ago, Konadu played for Southern Premier outfit Hemel Hempstead under his current boss, before earning himself a one-year contract at League Two outfit Dagenham & Redbridge. However a broken leg forced him to sit a year out of the game, before re-joining Greene at St Neots.