Africa Cup of Nations winning coach Herve Renard has revealed that he intends to stay with Zambia.
Having guided Zambia to trophy with a penalty shoot-out win over the Ivory Coast last night, Renard had been linked with taking over Senegal and Ghana.
However, Renard believes that it would be unfair to vacate his current role at the present moment.
"I have been asked a lot of questions about [managing Senegal or Ghana]. I don't think it will be fair to leave Zambia," the 43-year-old told Ghanasoccernet.
"I have to stay with them. We have to stay in family and to continue our work."
Renard began his second spell in charge of Zambia in October 2011.