The former Lille midfielder, who has been used intermittently since his move from Newcastle United in January, is thrilled at the thought of a second title
Paris Saint-Germain central midfielder Yohan Cabaye is relishing the prospect of picking up the second Ligue 1 title of his career as the reigning champions sit one win away from another domestic title.
PSG, who signed the midfielder from Newcastle United in January, will be crowned champions for the second season running with victory over Sochaux on Sunday following Wednesday's win over Evian.
Cabaye, part of the Lille side that won Ligue 1 in 2011, is excited to add to his personal medal haul so soon into his PSG career.
"We just need one victory to get the title and that is the most important thing," the 28-year-old told reporters. "It would be a good thing to be champion with PSG.
"Last time I won something it was a double and now it will be another double.
"I have never won the Coupe de la Ligue and it will be the second time for me to win a championship so for me it is a great thing.
"That is why I came here to play with PSG."