The former Paris Saint-Germain midfielder has been exceptional for the Eagles this season.
The 29-year-old made a somewhat surprising move to the Eagles during the previous window, having struggled for game-time at former club Paris Saint-Germain, but judging by his comments he has no regrets about leaving the French giants.
"Of course, I am enjoying my football and since the beginning - I am enjoying my time here at Palace," said Cabaye.
"I am very happy to play with my team-mates and I think I am giving everything on the pitch, as always, so I am happy and enjoying my London life.
"I feel we are all clicking, we all need to keep working hard together to play well and to make an opening under pressure, because the fans make an atmosphere and they make it difficult for the opposition. They were terrific."
Since his return to the Premier League, Cabaye has been instrumental in guiding Alan Pardew's side to the position they currently find themselves in. Saturday's victory over Southampton has left Palace sixth in the table, just three points off the top four.
Despite being deployed in a holding midfield role, Cabaye is the team's top goalscorer this season with five strikes to his name, including the winner against Ronald Koeman's men at the weekend.
And with Palace struggling to find a striker capable of banging in the goals - although Connor Wickham has been fantastic in other areas in recent weeks - Pardew will be hoping that the Frenchman can continue to find the back of the net to keep the Eagles in the race for a European spot.