The Egyptian international's future with the German side has been the subject of speculation, with the Toffess and Arsenal reportedly keen to add the forward to their squad.
David Moyes is known to be keen bring in a new striker, with Zidan capable of playing upfront or on either flank, and despite saying he is focused on his duties with Dortmund, the 25-year-old admits he could be tempted with a move to the Premier League.
"I am not bothered by all those noises around me, my ambition is to impress Dortmund, to be more regular and see," Zidan told Sky.
"I believe in myself. To play in the Premier League will please anyone, so I am no different."
However, if Everton are interested in bringing Zidan to Goodison Park they may have a fight on their hands with the Egyptian suggesting he would prefer a move to Arsenal or one of the Manchester clubs.
"Arsenal? They are a fantastic team with one of the best managers in the game, I love his philosophy - attack, attack, it is good to watch Arsenal, but Manchester also play very, very good football," he added.