Cambridge United striker Danny Crow has thanked fans for their strong backing in recent matches.Crow, 24, has scored 16 goals in 36 league appearances. [LNB]He told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire: "Last year I didn't really show people what I'm about, so it's nice the fans are warming to me. [LNB]"I learnt a lot last year and maybe I was a little overconfident at first but I always knew it would come right in the end." [LNB]Crow joined the U's in September 2008 after having his contract at Peterborough cancelled. [LNB]He struggled to establish himself under former manager Gary Brabin, but has flourished since the arrival of Martin Ling. [LNB]"I'm enjoying the pressure of being the man who gets the goals as that's how it was for me at Peterborough," Crow said. [LNB][LNB] We've all got hopes and dreams of playing as high as you can and I would like to do that with Cambridge Danny Crow "Things just keep falling to me at the moment and it's nice to prove a few people wrong." [LNB]Crow's never-say-die attitude along with his goals has endeared him to the U's faithful despite his Peterborough connections. [LNB]He is out-of-contract in the summer, but is in no hurry to leave the Abbey. [LNB]"We've all got hopes and dreams of playing as high as you can and I would like to do that with Cambridge," he said. [LNB]Crow is confident the U's will be in a position to challenge for promotion next season. [LNB]"We've got a very strong squad now, but we've got some new faces in and it's gone well," he said. [LNB]"We're kicking on and everyone is pushing for contracts and trying to impress." [LNB]Meanwhile, winger Scotty Neilson has signed an extension to his loan deal from Bradford which will keep him with the U's until the summer.