The Swedish Under-21 international has yet to start a game for City but has been in devastating form in the Dutch top-flight.
He has scored 17 goals in 15 matches, including three hat-tricks in his last five games - the most recent coming against Vitesse Arnhem on Sunday.
However, despite a petition to keep the striker being signed by 30,000 Feyenoord fans, Guidetti has confessed his Premier League ambitions.
He said: "That is my aim, to play in the Premier League for Manchester City."
A return would put him in competition with strikers Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero, a pairing who have not struggled for goals this term as City lead the Premier League.
And the forward, who has been linked with a move to German giants Bayern Munich, admitted the decision would be out of his hands.
"I am not the one who is going to decide my future, that is up to the Manchester City board to do," he continued.
"If they think I should play at City then that is an easy decision for them to make."
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