Ibrahimovic has talked about returning to international competitions.
is thinking about playing in the next World Cup to find a chance to score in the World Cup.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has returned to the national team after announcing his retirement in 2016, had the chance to score in the 2002 and 2006 World Cup, but he failed to do so.
"That is something I will beat because I can't have a zero,"
on thinking about Qatar World Cup.
"Looking too far ahead is dangerous. I must think more about what happens the next day.
"But If I feel the way I do today, I will be there."
The 39-year-old star has made 116 appearances for Sweden, scoring 62 goals, and now he has the chance to play in his fifth European Championship.
Here is what he says about returning to the national team:
"To play in the national team is the biggest thing you can do as a football player, and as I was following them [Sweden], inside me I was feeling I think I can help them, I think I can do something.”