Content Centric Networking (CCN) has recently emerged as a promising architecture to deliver content at large-scale. It is based on named-data where a packet address names content and not its location. Then, the premise is to cache content on the network nodes along the delivery path. An important feature for CCN is therefore to manage the cache of the nodes. In this paper, we present Most Popular Content (MPC), a new caching strategy adapted to CCN networks. By caching only popular content, we show through extensive simulation experiments that MPC is able to cache less content while, at the same time, it still achieves a higher Cache Hit and outperforms existing default caching strategy in CCN.