The 18-year old joined from Monaco on a season-long loan deal that will be made permanent for €180 million plus bonuses next summer if PSG avoid relegation this season.
The exciting teenager netted as a substitute in France's 4-0 World Cup qualifying win over Netherlands last week, becoming the youngest scorer for Les Bleus in 54 years, before starting the 0-0 draw against Luxembourg.
After getting his first taste of silverware last season, Mbappe admits he is now desperate for more at the Parc des Princes.
Neymar completed a world record £200.6million transfer over the summer and has settled well in the French capital with three goals in as many Ligue 1 games.
"He is an additional advantage", he said.
"Back in May, I was in the frame of mind that I would stay with Monaco". "There were events that have changed my opinion. It was important to return to the city where I grew up". "It is extraordinary to play with him".
PSG's deals for Neymar, who they had signed from Barcelona after meeting the price in his buyout clause, and Mbappe have triggered an investigation into a possible breach of financial fair play rules by European governing body UEFA.
"I come into the dressing room with the smallest prize list. They have an unbelievable project and I want to improve and learn from my teammates". I always thought: "I want to be there, I want to be one of those big players who is trying to give people fun out of the game". I am hungry for titles.
"Of course, I still want to learn but I want to win".