Probably, you can try:
=> gives a list of running background jobs and their numbers.
=> Since wget is probably your first and only job (marked as  <job status> wget...
In your case, probably:
See the man page of your shell for information on "fg" (put job in foreground), "bg" (put job in background), "&", etc.
To know your shell, type:
=> It will tell you something like "/bin/bash", "/bin/sh" or "/bin/csh" probably.
(or replace bash with sh/csh/... if needed)