We carry out a revision of the mechanism of anyon superconductivity found in the Random Phase Approximation. It is shown that the Debye screening of a statistical Coulomb-like interaction produced by contributions beyond the RPA destroys the abovementioned mechanism. The linear mode appeared in the particle-hole channel within the RPA is identified with a finite damping zero-sound. As an alternative mechanism an attraction of anyons which could lead to a formation of boson composites is observed. A finite temperature phase transition, hydrodynamics and electrodynamics of anyon system are described from this alternative point of view.