Bussy is already a qualified teacher and now aims to follow that by becoming a doctor as he starts his medical genetics studying.
Talking to the football league official site, Bauza said “I have always been interested in medicine and being a doctor but it’s difficult to get in so I’ve started with medical genetics.
“The world of medicine and genetics is what I like, so I’m starting with this and, if I’m going to be a doctor, I can follow on in the second or third year.
“If not I will carry on with the genetics.
“The lads at the club are surprised that I’m doing this, but really it’s not like I’m doing anything special.
“I have a lot of free time and I want to spend it well by getting ready for when I’m not a footballer.
“Football comes first and it helps you to be concentrating and to be doing something while you’re resting at home.”