New signing Guillem Bauza will focus his efforts on Hereford by putting his university degree on the back seat.
The Spanish forward, 25, on Friday signed a short-term deal with the Bulls until January having been released by Championship side Swansea last season. And he immediately proved his worth by capping an impressive debut with a penalty - the club's first goal since the opening day - in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Bury.
Bauza is not your stereotypical footballer, though, and was supplementing his career with a genetics degree at Swansea university prior to the call from Simon Davey. He justifiably does not want to throw all his hard work away, but admits football must take priority at the moment.
"I'm doing a degree in genetics, I will continue with it as much as is possible in Hereford but I don't know how I'm going to do it," he told Bulls Player.
"It's a three-month spell so I will take my time to settle first and then see if I can get the studies done.
"But now I'm focusing on my football career because I've got all my life for studying time. Football careers are short so I'm focusing on football. Of course, I don't want to stop studying so if I get the chance to do one or two subjects I will try to do that."