It was my idea, said Greene, who confirmed the club would retain Konadus player registration while he is away. Ever since Junior had trials with Peterborough in the summer he has had his head in the clouds. He just hasnt been performing as well as we know he can. So the chairman and I to go and get his Football League dream out of his system. This is the second club that Greene and Konadu have been together at. The Saints manager spotted the confident Londoner playing park football while he was manager at Hemel Hempstead. He then brought him to the Hunts Post Community Stadium after a broken leg cut short a first crack at League football; a spell at Dagenham & Redbridge, where Thomas was also on the books. We didnt want it dragging on, continued Greene. Junior is 25 now and he feels he needs to give it another go. We wish him all the best perhaps full time training will make him into the player we have failed to make him into but the door is open for him to come back in six weeks if it doesnt work out. Konadu began the Saints 2-2 draw at North Greenford United in London on Saturday but was substituted early in the second half. The Saints started that Southern League Central game brightly but went seriously off the boil after going 1-0 up and only a late equaliser from Konadus central midfield partner Adrian Sear rescued the point. Konadu was replaced by Lewis Hilliard after the team failed to respond to a half-time talking to by the manager. Hilliard was more of a physical presence in the central, and more direct. Junior has got the talent, said Greene, but he lacks discipline. Hes a Premiership player on the ball but a non-league player off it. Konadu was more guarded when talking about his chances of a contract with Bournemouth, saying simply: Nothing is guaranteed. Junior has the passion to be a professional footballer, said chairman Mike Kearns. He really believes he should be playing in the League. So if he makes it, fine if he doesnt, then he can come back. Its as simple as that. The decision means that the Saints will be without Konadu for their FA Trophy second qualifying round game at Billericay on Saturday. Greene already knew he would have to play that game without suspended striker Shane Tolley but, to make matters worse, experienced defender Chris Hope is also doubtful after picking up an ankle injury in their win against Burnham and sitting out the disappointing draw that followed it. A full FA Trophy match preview will feature at www.huntspost.co.uk later this week.