As the capacity demand of mobile applications keeps increasing, the backhaul network is becoming a bottleneck to support high quality of experience (QoE) in next-generation wireless networks. Content caching at base stations (BSs) is a promising approach to alleviate the backhaul burden and reduce user-perceived latency. In this paper, we consider a wireless caching network where all the BSs are connected to a central controller via backhaul links. In such a network, users can obtain the required data from candidate BSs if the data are pre-cached. Otherwise, the user data need to be first retrieved from the central controller to local BSs, which introduces extra delay over the backhaul. In order to reduce the download delay, the caching placement strategy needs to be optimized. We formulate such a design problem as the minimization of the average download delay over user requests, subject to the caching capacity constraint of each BS. Different from existing works, our model takes BS cooperation in the radio access into consideration and is fully aware of the propagation delay on the backhaul links. The design problem is a mixed integer programming problem and is highly complicated, and thus we relax the problem and propose a low-complexity algorithm. Simulation results will show that the proposed algorithm can effectively determine the near-optimal caching placement and provide significant performance gains over conventional caching placement strategies.