The French DJ and producer first mentioned the track last month while explaining his dilemma over whether to release his collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida 'Where Them Girls At?' or his song with Taio Cruz and Ludacris called 'Little Bad Girl'.
Following the leak of the Minaj and Flo Rida collaboration, Guetta opted to rush release 'Where Them Girls At?', which reached number three on the UK singles chart on Sunday.
Speaking to Digital Spy about whether 'Little Bad Girl' will be the next single, the 43-year-old responded: "Absolutely, you will. It's a huge club record. I play the instrumental of the track a lot when I DJ and I know the reaction goes crazy - so when a record is a hit without the vocal, that's a good sign."
Guetta also revealed that he recorded 'Where Them Girls At?' over a year ago and praised Nicki Minaj for adding attitude to the track.
"I did the record a long time ago - at the same time I was producing 'Club Can't Handle Me' for Flo Rida - and I really wanted something to make it fresh and add a little bit of craziness to it, and Minaj delivered 200%," he said.
"She's the most exciting new hip-hop artist in many, many years."
The club star's "futuristic" new album is expected to be released at the end of August.
Guetta is due to launch his own mobile app, which will be available preloaded on Sony Ericsson Xperia handsets and in the Orange App Shop from June.
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Listen to David Guetta's 'Where Them Girls At?' below: