The midfielder says he is happy with the French champions and is determined to become a more important player with the club.
Yohan Cabaye says he has no regrets over his decision to join Ligue 1 leader Paris Saint-Germain from Newcastle United in January.
The midfielder has started just one league game for Laurent Blanc's men since making the switch from St. James' Park, whereas he started 17 of Newcastle's 22 Premier League matches this season prior to his departure.
With the World Cup in Brazil on the horizon, Cabaye will no doubt be looking to feature more prominently for PSG in the coming months to cement his place in Didier Deschamps' France team.
But the 28-year-old insists he is relaxed about his situation, and is eager to establish himself at Parc des Princes.
Speaking to RTL, Cabaye said: "I want to focus on the positive aspects — they are a great club and I'm training with great players. I have gone from a situation at Newcastle where I was an automatic starter, to one where I don't know when I will next play. However, I absolutely don't regret my decision, I have come here to win and climb the hierarchy."