Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has welcomed the news that Jack Grealish and Henri Lansbury have both resumed full training this week, the club confirmed.
This will come as a boost to Bruce who currently has a whole host of injuries within his squad as they look to continue their push up the Championship table when they travel to Wolves on Saturday.
Grealish, 22, has returned to full training this week after a kidney injury which has so far kept him out for the season, last appearing for Villa on the last game of the previous campaign.
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Lansbury, 27, has endured a tough start to the season, failing to nail down a starting place in midfield and has missed the last three straight victories with a knee injury.
The central midfielder has this week resumed full training and has even tested out his knee outside of training, by going down on one knee to propose to his girlfriend.