The Frenchman secured three points for the Magpies with a winning strike against Manchester United, ending more than four decades for Newcastle without a win at Old Trafford.
"We had a big respect for Manchester United, but we do not have to be afraid of anyone because we have beaten Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United now," The Journal quotes Cabaye as saying.
"There are no easy games against anyone, and every weekend is a big fight, but the league is quite open and that is good for us.
"Every team can beat every other team. We just have to stay focused and have the same mentality, whether we are playing against a big team or a team from further down the league."
The North-East side are currently seventh in the league table.