The 35-year-old walked away from the Wonder Club just five months after replacing Godwin Attram, after a decision by the club's top hierarchy to reinstate the latter.
"I have resigned from Great Olympics and I've told the club's top officials. They don't want me and I think it's time for me to move on," Strand told Ghanasoccernet.com.
"I have sent my letter to them and hopefully we can reach a mutual agreement to terminate my contract.
"They have not paid me coupled with that, they have asked Godwin Attram to be the head coach and that was not what I applied for. It means they don't want me and so I have left them," he added.
With four matches remaining to end the season, Olympics currently sit 15th on a 16-team log with 27 points, six points below safety.