“No man can impose a player on me, then I will walk away, that’s how I work,” Nyirenda said on ZNBC Sunday Interview.
“Whoever wants to impose players, let him also lay out his philosophy.”
Nyirenda is four games into his long-term contract with FAZ and is unbeaten in his last two matches with a 1-0 away win over Uganda in a friendly and a 1-1 draw on the road against Cameroon in a 2018 World Cup Group B qualifier.
The results come after a shaky start with a 2-1 home loss to Nigeria in a 2018 Group B Qualifier and a 1-0 friendly defeat away against Zimbabwe.
Zambia’s next assignment is set to be a friendly in March and later the 2019 Africa Cup and 2018 CHAN Qualifiers between June and July before hosting Algeria on August 28 in the World Cup qualifying match.