Aston Villa are set to get some of their injured players back to full fitness soon.
Grealish and Lansbury have both been out with injury, but came back into full training yesterday.
And Bruce was delighted to the see the duo closing in on their returns to first-team action.
He said: “Lansbury and Grealish joined in with full training yesterday. They’re just round the corner to come back into the squad, which can only be a good thing.”
Grealish has not played at all for Villa this campaign, after damaging his kidneys in pre-season.
The 22-year-old’s return to action will increase the creative options available to Bruce, and should make Villa even more of an attacking threat.
Lansbury, meanwhile, has been out since the middle of September, and has missed Villa’s last three outings.
The claret and blues have been in good form during Lansbury’s time on the treatment table, and won their last four matches in succession to climb into seventh place in the Championship table.
Villa are next in action tomorrow, when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers.