PSG completed the sensational world-record signing of Neymar from Barcelona this summer, forking out 222million euros, before managing to snap up Mbappe on a season-long loan from Monaco.
Les Parisiens also have an agreement in the loan contract that will see them sign the France international for £166m at the end of the campaign, putting him second in the all-time transfer records.
Since Mbappe arrived at the Parc des Princes on deadline day, the Ligue 1 giants have won back-to-back matches in which they have managed to score 10 goals.
Lining up either side of Edinson Cavani, both Neymar and Mbappe have looked impressive and Emery has lauded the ease at which the pair have fitted into the first team.
"With the quality they have, I think it's easier. That's why the players have adapted well to the team," he told the club's official website. "When we have players of this quality, I hope we can keep working and their team-mates can benefit. It is about working together in every training session and every match."