The PSG star claims his "exceptional" scoring feats are a matter of instinct and says Taekwondo training may be at the heart of his success.
The Paris Saint-Germain star has been in prolific goalscoring form for club and country in the past 18 months and has scored some astounding individual strikes during that spell.
The Sweden international earned the 2013 Puskas Award for his outrageous overhead kick against England in November 2012, while a brilliant long-range strike against Anderlecht in the Champions League and a remarkable back heel finish against Bastia have been the pick of his finishes in the current campaign.
Ibrahimovic admits he will be proud to watch his best goals once more during his retirement from football.
"I'm spoiled to have scored so many exceptional goals," the 32-year-old told PSG's official TV channel. "There are a few I will see on the internet when I retire and I'll tell myself they're amazing. I'll ask myself how even I could have achieved such feats.
"In a match, it happens like that. I don't train for these, they are instinctive actions, like my goal against Bastia when I scored with the back heel. I have to try things to have a chance against opponents. This is what makes the difference between a small and a large team. Crazy things can come out of nowhere. This is what is good about football, it's completely unpredictable."
Ibrahimovic also revealed his training in martial arts could well have helped him to pull off some of his more acrobatic finishes.
"Many people ask if Taekwondo has helped me - maybe it has, but I'm not certain," he added.