Alex Smith sounds comfortable in his new home in Kansas City.

The Chiefs quarterback told NFL Network's "NFL Total Access" (in an interview that airs Friday night) that he is excited to play for Andy Reid in an offense that will be tailored to his skill set.

"This isn't a cookie-cutter offense," Smith said. "It's not what they ran in Philly. It's not what he ran in Green Bay when he was there. He's gonna try and tailor it to our strengths and what we do well."

To go along with Reid, Smith said he is glad to have Chris Ault, the architect of the pistol offense, around to teach him the nuances of the scheme.

"I don't know if I can talk about that," Smith initially joked about the Chiefs plans to utilize Ault's pistol. "He's been a great addition. The more minds the better. Who better to go to then the man who invented it? It's really great to get that background knowledge of how it evolved and how it came to be.