The midfielder is looking to new guidance under Bruce.
The summer signing from Reading takes on his former club at the Madejski Stadium this evening and will be hoping to pick up a positive result in Berkshire.
Aston Villa's Aaron Tshibola scores a goal which is later disallowed
He was signed by Villa when his former Reading boss Steve Clarke was the assistant manager and he was pivotal in arranging the deal. Since then Clarke has left along with former manager Roberto Di Matteo.
However, Tshibola is looking forward to learning off a new manager in the form of Bruce.
Speaking to getreading the midfield dynamo had this to say about his new manager:
“The new manager has now come in and it’s another chance for me to learn from someone else.
Aston Villa Manager Steve Bruce
“His record speaks for itself, he’s made some massive achievements in football already so I just want to learn from him and the other coaching staff.
“Hopefully I can improve as a player under him.”
Bruce started Tshibola in his first game in charge of the team against Wolves at the weekend and the midfielder is clearly a part of the plans for his new gaffer.
New Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce during the press conference
The club have plenty of central midfield options but the likes of Ashley Westwood and Mile Jedinak have struggled to impress so far this season.
In the end Tshibola may become a crucial part of what Bruce decides to do with the club going forward.