Guidetti admits the Manchester United striker has left a huge void inside the Swedish national team.
But he also argues: "There was a player, who wore the number 10 and the armband too. We no longer run around a giant of nearly 2 meters, it is the big difference.
"There is nothing good to come from losing such a talented player as Zlatan Ibrahimovic in a team. But one day will come when we stop talking about this. We will win matches, we will lose matches but this is nothing to do with him.
"Zlatan has chosen not to be part of the national team and that's when a player decides to leave your club. It's like that. We can either lie on the floor and die, or say we'll do something good and I feel that we can."