He said: "It's good to be back. We're going into an important block of Premiership fixtures after a break for a month.
"It's important we get back to winning ways and put in a strong performance. It's a great opportunity to get our first away win in a derby an hour down the M5."
The centre was part of a Scotland A side which defeated England Saxons 13-9 at Newcastle last Friday night.
In ice-cold conditions, Scotland dominated the tight affair and Grove says he was delighted with the win.
"It was nice to back up the win from the year before and make sure it wasn't just a one off. And it was also the first win in England for the Scotland A side so it was good to be part of that historic occasion," he continued.
"It was a one off game and there were a lot of new faces in the team so it was great to pull a win out of the bag in freezing conditions."
Grove will be hoping for his first start for Warriors since last month's defeat to Leicester Tigers when his side face Bath on Saturday and he admits he is relishing the chance to pull on the blue and golden shirt once again.
He added: "I was rested for the Amlin Challenge Cup games so I'm really excited to return to the team. We've had a good few days of training and I'll be doing all I can to get a starting place."